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Britney Spears BLASTS 'Scum Person' Jamie Lynn: 'You've Stooped To A Whole New Level Of LOW'!

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Whoa! Britney Spears is not done ripping into little sister Jamie Lynn Spears! Amid the latter’s book promos, Brit had this to say Friday on Twitter: More details to come…  [Image via Britney Spears/Jamie Lynn Spears/Instagram.] The post Britney Spears BLASTS 'Scum Person' Jamie Lynn: 'You've Stooped To A Whole New Level Of LOW'!

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